Faith, hope and charity / by Henry Bars; translated from the French by P.J. Hepburne Scott.

; Hepburne-Scott, P
[1st ed.].. New York : Hawthorn Books, [1961] .

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Other Authors Hepburne-Scott, P.
Subjects Charity.
Faith.
Hope -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
Love -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 2, Basic truths ; v. 27.
Description 143 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1961]
Notes Translation of Trois vertus-clef.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents II. Hope, the race we run -- A. The teaching of scripture -- The Old Testament -- The gospels -- St. Paul -- B. The object of hope -- Eternally eternal life -- What can we ask of God? -- C. The adventure of hope -- Divine hope and temporal hope -- Two kinds of illusion -- D. The trial of hope -- The world or the adversary -- Their methods of pressure -- Holy expectation -- E. The perfection of hope -- A kind of purism -- The gift of fear -- The beatitude of the poor -- III. Charity, the goal and the source -- A. The teaching of scripture -- The Old Testament -- The synoptic gospels -- St. John -- St. Paul -- B. The essence of charity -- Eros and agape -- God makes man capable of His love -- The love of friendship between God and man -- C. The twofold precept of charity -- Apparent priority of the second commandment in the New Testament -- All the commandments are practiced in the first -- Charity impregnates everything human -- D. The order of charity -- God Himself our neighbor -- Who is my neighbor? -- The earthly order of nearness -- E. The interior life of charity -- Experience of God -- Charity in the church.
Introduction -- A. The theological virtues -- B. In what way are they virtues? -- C. They are properly Christian virtues -- D. Their mutual interrelation -- I. Faith: the entry -- A. The teaching of scripture -- The synoptic gospels -- St. John -- The Acts of the Apostles -- St. Paul -- B. The gift of faith -- Eternal life offered to creatures -- Two forms of the gift: eternal revelation and internal light -- C. The act of belief -- Man's response -- The initial act of belief and conversion -- The pagan's acceptance of the gospel: sign and witness -- The baptized child and the act of adult belief -- The pagan without the gospel -- D. The trial of faith -- The meaning of trial and its forms -- Discouragement to the Jews -- To the Gentiles, mere folly -- E. The light of faith -- The nature of the knowledge given by faith -- Religious instruction -- The church as teacher
Network Numbers (OCoLC)330595
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WorldCat Identities Bars, Henry, 1911-1991.
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